Title: Would like to meet
Author: Rachel Winters
My Rating: 5/5
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Would like to meet
Evie Summers is the assistent of a film agent. They have only one star and that is Ezra Chester. Years ago, he wrote a brilliant movie script and won several awards for it. But nothing happened in the last three years. Now Evie is afraid that she is going to lose her job if Ezra doesn’t write a new movie script in just three months. And now she is helping him to write his script. Ezra doesn’t believe in the meet-cutes that always happen in those romantic movies. But Evie wants to prove him that is possible that you can a nice man while reanacting those meet cutes.
I bought this book a while ago and last Sunday I finally had time to read it. Thank you, Storm Ciara. But now I am asking myself why I didn’t start reading this book earlier? What an amazing book. I am a huge movie addict and I love that Evie is reenacting those meet-cutes from movies like ‘The Holiday’ or ‘When Harry Met Sally’. I love her writing style and it is really easy to read. I finished it in just a couple of hours. And I couldn’t stop reading, so I went to bed later because I really had to finish it.
I have to say that I wasn’t sure about who the dream guy for Evie was. Because you never know in books (and movies) like these. A lot of the times the woman falls in love with the ‘bad’ guy. But one of the guys was really an asshole in the end. It doesn’t matter how gorgeous and handsome you are. If you have a bad attitude, you will not make friends.
So yes, I really liked this book. I think this book is great for people who love romantic movies. I know I really liked it. And I even found a couple of movie titles I’ve never heard of, so I am definitely going to check it out.
Funny how the last name of the writer of this book is Winters and the last name of Evie is Summers. I wonder if this was a coincidence or not. This was something I noticed when I was writing this book review.